As the weather turns toward summer, Chad and I have been getting outside again, finding ways to sneak away from the city bustle occasionally.
Years ago, when I was doing interviews for my New York Guide, one of the interviewees mentioned how lovely NYC’s sprawling cemeteries are for a walk. So now that flowers are blooming and the sky is blue, we made our way to one of his picks: Green-Wood.
Here are the photos that came from that little afternoon retreat from the city.
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All photos taken with my Sony a6000.
Going to New York?
Walks of New York walking tours are all kinds of interesting. Get behind the scenes at a Broadway show, learn about NYC’s famous crimes with a tour led by a former NYPD officer, explore filming locations for TV and film, visit the MET, explore the 911 Memorial (with priority access), and more.